Granada has an excellent communications network that links it with the rest of Andalusia, Spain and the world.

Arriving by Plane

Road, bus and taxi services run between Federico García Lorca airport, 17 kilometres from Granada, and the city centre. This airport offers dayly services to and from Madrid and Barcelona, and scheduled services to and from Palma de Mallorca, Milán, Manchester, and París. Another option is to use the Costa del Sol International Airport in Malaga, located 130 kilometres from Granada.

Arriving by train

The railway station in Granada is located at one end of the city’s historic centre, and offers connections with Barcelona and Madrid, and other direct, inter-city routes. After 2018, high-speed train will connect the city to other destinations. Another option is to travel from Madrid to Malaga by AVE high-speed train. There are regional rail services from Granada to Almería, Seville, Algeciras (Cadiz province) and Linares – Baeza (Jaén province).

Arriving by bus

You can get to Granada by bus from Europe, North Africa and the rest of Spain. The main bus station is the centrally located.

Arrivinging by car Road access is on the A-44. This national route runs northwards from Granada to Jaén, Bailén and Madrid, and south to Motril and the coast. The A-92 runs westwards to Cordoba, Badajoz, Malaga and Seville, and eastwards to Murcia and Almería.These roads are also used by bus companies offering services between Granada and other Spanish and international destinations.

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